Childhood Home of the Heathen Prophet
Purpose / Function
Originally a family home, the house has since been converted into a museum by the Church of the Heathen Prophet, available for viewing by the many pilgrims traveling to Northwood to walk the town of the Heathen Prophet's birth.
The house has been renovated by the Church of the Heathen Prophet to restore it to its original condition, as best as could be determined from the records available from the time of Sarkav Borskalux's childhood. It still contains the original three rooms - kitchen, bedroom, and living area complete with fireplace - with a small loft above the living area believed to have been The Heathen Prophet's sleeping area.
The house blends in well with the neighboring houses, utilizing wood from the local forest in its construction, as with all homes manufactured by the Giftwood Loggers for purchase by their employees. The large covered porch consumes the majority of the front yard, while a humble fence surrounds the property and separates the house and yard from its neighbors.
The home was originally the childhood home of Sarkav Borskalux, The Heathen Prophet. His beloved mother, Alvaria Salviax Borskalux, is buried in the backyard in a well-marked grave. While Sarkav never returned to live in the house after the disappearance of his father, he did allow his aunt Moria Salviax to continue to reside in the home. Sometime after Moira's disappearance the home was purchased by the Church of the Heathen Prophet and restored, then opened as a museum and shrine for pilgrims seeking to walk in the Heathen Prophet's footsteps.